The Winter Rose
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The Winter Rose  -     By: Melanie Dobson

The Winter Rose

Tyndale House / 2022 / Paperback

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American Grace Tonquin works tirelessly to rescue French Jewish children from the Nazis. When she returns to Oregon with two orphans, trauma from the Holocaust threatens her family. Fifty years later, Addie Hoult searches for the missing Tonquin family to save her friend Charlie from a genetic disease. Can she find them---and heal his broken past? 384 pages, softcover from Tyndale.

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Title: The Winter Rose
By: Melanie Dobson
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 400
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2022
Weight: 11 ounces
ISBN: 1496444221
ISBN-13: 9781496444226
Stock No: WW6444226

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In this gripping WWII time-slip novel from the author whose books have been called “propulsive” and a “must-read” (Publishers Weekly), Grace Tonquin is an American Quaker who works tirelessly in Vichy France to rescue Jewish children from the Nazis. After crossing the treacherous Pyrénées, Grace returns home to Oregon with a brother and sister whose parents were lost during the war. Though Grace and her husband love Élias and Marguerite as their own, echoes of Grace’s past and trauma from the Holocaust tear the Tonquin family apart.

More than fifty years after they disappear, Addie Hoult arrives at Tonquin Lake, hoping to find the Tonquin family. For Addie, the mystery is a matter of life and death for her beloved mentor Charlie, who is battling a genetic disease. Though Charlie refuses to discuss his ties to the elusive Tonquins, finding them is the only way to save his life and mend the wounds from his broken past.

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